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Team Project Presentations

Statistics Lab

This is your "lab final".  You will present the results of your project to the class in an 8-10 minute slide presentation.  Essentially, you will assemble all of your team assignments into the presentation to tell a story. There will just be one NEW slide to add: "Project Summary". On this slide, use bullet points to summarize the results of each inferential test: t-test, ANOVA, chi-square, correlation, and regression. Be sure to include the direction of the effect/relationship if one was found. Do not include any numbers - just the main findings. Here is an example of what it might look like.

Make SURE you review the feedback I gave you on each team assignment - if there were errors, you need to correct them for the final. I will be giving you VERY detailed feedback on each assignment. You will lose 2 points for every error you do not fix. If you do not know how to fix an error, come and see me or the stats intern. However, if you do this the day before your presentation or, heaven forbid, the day of, we may not have time to help you. So don't procrastinate. There is really no reason why you should not all get 100% on this part of the presentation. 

How else will your presentation be scored? If you say something that is wrong (for example, saying something is significant when it is not) - this will cost you another 2 points. However, if a teammate quickly corrects the error, then you will get the points back. Finally, each of you will receive a separate "oral presentation" score. Did you practice? You need to speak clearly, confidently project your voice, not use notes and come across as excited and caring about your findings. You must also present your fair share of the slides. 

Most importantly - have fun! If you've worked hard and diligently on this project, this is your chance to bask in the limelight. You should be proud of your accomplishments!

slides - tips and tricks


95 points for the actual slides (-2 for each error)
  5 points for your own presentation performance

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